THIS SUNDAY’S Special Reminders 

Weekly Podcasts

Facebook - May 19, 2024

God is Holier Than Thou

YouTube - May 19, 2024

God Is Holier Than Thou

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Facebook - May 12, 2024

God’s Truth Is Marching On

YouTube - May 12, 2024

God’s Truth Is Marching On

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Facebook - May 5, 2024

God Can Do Anything but Fail: Omnipotence

YouTube - May 5, 2024

God Can Do Anything but Fail: Omnipotence

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Facebook - April 28, 2024

God Knows It All: Omniscience of God

YouTube - April 28, 2024

God Knows It All: Omniscience of God

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Facebook - April 21, 2024

God Is Everywhere At One Time

YouTube - April 21, 2024

God Is Everywhere at One Time

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Facebook - April 14, 2024

God Is Not Subject To Change

YouTube - April 14, 2024

God Is Not Subject To Change

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Facebook - April 7, 2024

God Is Out of Time

YouTube - April 7, 2024

God Is Out of Time

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Facebook - March 24, 2024

God Needs Nothing - The Self-Sufficiency of God

YouTube - March 24, 2024

God Needs Nothing - The Self-Sufficiency of God.

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Facebook - March 17, 2024

Three in One: The Triunity of God

YouTube - March 17, 2024

Three in One: The Triunity of God.

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Facebook - March 10, 2024

There Must Be a God: The Existence of God.

YouTube - March 10, 2024

There Must Be a God: The Existence of God.

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Facebook - March 3, 2024

Going by the Book: The Interpretation of Scripture

YouTube - March 3, 2024

Going by the Book: The Interpretation of Scripture

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Facebook - February 25, 2024

The Bible Is Enough - The Sufficiency of Scripture

YouTube - February 25, 2024

The Bible Is Enough - The Sufficiency of Scripture

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Personal Prayer Requests—If you would like our church family to pray with you for a specific request, please text it to Ron Reekstin (in the church's directory) or email him. Your request will be mentioned during the Pastoral Prayer time at the end of our morning service unless confidentiality is requested.  

Tithes and Offerings—Thank you for your generous and faithful giving to our Lord for the ongoing ministries of Stamford Baptist Church!  For your convenience, you may either place your gifts on one of the offering plates as you enter or depart from the sanctuary, or give online. The secure online giving portal is on our church website: https://stamfordbaptistchurch.org/give

 for THE WEEK AHEAD  

Midweek Renewal Service Wednesday, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. (The Chapel)  

An intimate and informal time of spiritual renewal and refreshing during our difficult days and hectic schedules. Each service includes sweet fellowship, personal prayers, praise, and a focused Bible study led by Pastor Jeffrey Hartman. All are welcome! 

Immediate Opportunities to SERVE  

Fellowship Ministry Team  

The Fellowship Ministry needs your help. As we have resumed our weekly After-Church Fellowship time, your heart for hospitality is needed. Please call Sue Calcott (in the church's directory) to learn more about occasionally hosting the coffee/refreshment time immediately following our worship services. Please note that reimbursement of up to $50 per week is available if needed.  

AWANA 

Stamford AWANA Club resumes in the Fall.

About American Heritage Girls (AHG)

AHG is a Christ-centered character and leadership program for girls ages 6-18. Our local troop is currently chaptered by SBC and has 20 girl members from different local churches. We invite girls from our local churches to join us twice a month to work on character-building assignments, and local community service and outreaches. Every AHG girl member and leader pledges to love God, cherish their family, honor their country, and serve in their community. For more info. please call Allison Strack at the church office: 203-322-0031. 

Ladies Prayer Group   Saturday, 9:30 -11:00 a.m.  (Conference Call)   

All ladies are welcome to this weekly dial-in prayer time. The dial-in number is 978-990-5000. Access code: 826053#. Thank you, prayer warriors! God alone knows the present and future impact your fervent faithful prayers TOGETHER are making!  Led by Maryse Jean-Pierre (her number is in the church's directory).  

Community Bible Study Programs  

Community Bible Study (CBS) is an interdenominational, in-depth Bible Study program that is open to all and has several local groups that meet weekly either in-person or online. Visit Communitybiblestudy.org to locate a convenient Group time and location.

The New Canaan/Darien class is a women’s group that meets on Thursday mornings or Thursday evenings, beginning on September 15, 2024 (in-person and virtual). The 2024-2025 study year will cover Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel and Ephesians. Women of all ages, faith backgrounds, and levels of Bible knowledge are welcome. We have a children’s program for 1-4-year-olds, and babies less than one are invited to attend with their moms. For more information or to register, please visit newcanaandarien.cbsclass.org or email Jennifer Jimolka at cbs.newcanaandarien@gmail.com.  They would love for you to join them!

Food Pantry Ministry  

Please help those who may occasionally need help with food for their families by placing canned or packaged food items in the Food Pantry basket located in the church narthex (foyer). For any questions, contact Jeff Calcott (in the church's directory).  

A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. By this, all people will know that you are my disciples if you have a love for one another.” – John 13:34-35

We pray you are doing well. In the book of Esther, there is a powerful illustration of God's sovereignty. God is in control of all things, and He will use even the evil plans of men to accomplish His purposes. God used Haman's pride and arrogance to bring about the downfall of His enemy and the salvation of His people. The story of Esther is a reminder that God is always at work, even when things seem hopeless. We can trust Him to bring about His purposes, even when we cannot see how He is doing it.